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Cambridge City Council

Help us to improve our online services by telling us what you think

We will be holding user research sessions over the coming weeks and we are looking for people to take part.

ICT maintenance work on Saturday 21 May

Some of our online systems might be temporarily unavailable – if you are affected, please wait a short time then try again.

Council managed trees

Trees are a key environmental asset – they provide significant social and climate adaptation benefits. They’re an integral feature of the local urban landscape and ecology.

We monitor, manage and maintain about 33,000 trees in the city’s streets and open spaces. This includes all those in playgrounds, closed churchyards, cemeteries, and semi-natural areas.

We care for them so that you can continue to enjoy and value them.